The best Maui scuba diving is accessible by shore entry. You will dive along the beaches of Lahaina, Kaanapali and Kapalua. Shore diving here you will find fields of fringing coral reef hosting an array of tropical fish and Hawaiian Green Turtles. Divers also search the reef for Moray Eels, Scorpion Fish, Reef Sharks, Frog Fish, and Eagle Rays. In addition to incredible sea life, the Hawaiian Islands house some of the world's most unique coral formations.
Most Maui dive sites have a sandy entry and maximum depth of 30 to 50 feet. These conditions are perfect for certified and brand new divers alike, because they allow for longer dive times and great visibility. The ocean is warm in the summer and also warm enough in the winter. From June to October the temperature is around 80 degrees. Then the ocean cools to around 75 degrees as the Humpback Whales visit Maui from December to May. Many of our guests wear a 3mm shorty wetsuit all year long, and we always provide you with comfortable dive boots to protect your feet. Dive boots also allow you to use powerful open heel scuba fins, which use a strap to secure your foot. Our top notch diving equipment helps to ensure safety and comfort for our guests.